I grew up in Warsaw Indiana. I started writing when I was in third grade. The reason I started writing was to entertain my friends and family. I loved telling stories and eventually it turned into writing them down so I could tell new friends. I try to write something everyday, even if it is just a sentence or two. My grandparents, Rodger and Mary Phillips, owned a small campground around the lake. I spent a lot of my childhood there and would often go out into the woods for inspiration. My other favorite spot was the pier out on the lake. One of my biggest inspirations now is my 17 year old son. He was diagnosed with Autism when he was 3 years old.
Watching him grow and learn and the way he interacts with people inspires me. His own desire to chase his own dreams has pushed me to do the same.
Who are your favorite authors?
My favorite authors are L.J. Smith, R.L. Stine and Stephen King.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
R.L Stine's Fear Street books. I love his writing style and how it makes you really think about the situation and how it keeps you guessing and on your toes the entire read.
L.J. Smith's The Secret Circle, Forbidden Game and the original Vampire Diaries books. I love the characters in these three series. They are very relatable. I can really put myself into their shoes and feel what they are feeling and share the experience as I am reading.
Falling in love with an older, rich man isn't what Megan was expecting after being dumped by her date for the formal. Her friend Bryant warns her to be careful. Sebastian isn't what he seems. There seems to be a strange connection between the two, and when Bryant mentions the word vampire, things start to make a bit of sense.
Published: December 11, 2017.
Fiction » Fantasy » General
Jesse wants to be Alpha of the pack. He knows he can...if he could just make a solo kill. After an injury sends him to live with a girl and her family he starts to learn that his place might not be Alpha. Can he find his true place in the pack? Can he learn what it truly means to be part of a family?
In a dystopia timeline we humans have become the prey. Zombies...no demons roam the land searching for their next meal. There's a town that is known as the last safe place. The only thing standing in between us and safety is the canal. It houses these creatures that look like dogs but act like humans. Of course, at one time they were human. The canoe starts to move and fear engulfs me.
Lilly was always the shy girl. She stayed to herself. She didn't make friends well and the ones she had made betrayed her. After moving to a new town she meets a girl named Poppy. Ever since then, Lilly's been acting different. Was there more to Poppy than what anyone could see?